More than 2000 years of history are reflected in the squares and historic buildings of Regensburg. Its Stone Bridge dates all the way back to the 12th Century and the impressive arched gateway Porta Praetoria, just north of the greatest gothic cathedral in Bavaria, St Peter’s Cathedral, highlights just how advanced Roman architecture was. It was built in AD 179 by Emperor Marcus Aurelius and you can see more remains of the Roman wall alongside Unter den Schwibbögen.
- Visit the Kepler Museum, named after the famous astrologer Johannes Kepler - one of the founders of modern astrology along with Galileo.
- Regensburg’s City Park is the oldest and largest park in the city. Known as “Unter den Linden” it is lined by many lime trees, planted after the park was transformed
- 3 nights 3* accommodation
- Return flexible rail from Munich to Regensburg
- Return flights from UK